Christofle celebrated the initiation of its wedding registry on Saturday, February 28, at its Madison Avenue showroom with champagne, hors d’oeuvres, and a tablescape by interior designer Sandra Nunnerley.
When asked what her inspiration for the table setting was, Nunnerley replied, “I wanted to do something very clean and modern and fresh, a very tailored classical look for a spring bridal table.” Nunnerley furthers this clean, modern, fresh approach to interior design in her book Interiors, also featured at the event.
The table setting featured a white gauze tablecloth embellished with white and silver thread by E. Braun & Co. Flatware was from Christofle’s Galea collection. Also included were salad plates, dinner plates, candle sticks and a three part server from the Vertigo collection, the Garden of Eden underplate, Ma Maison salt and pepper shakers and the Dragonfly Bowl from the Libellule collection. Nunnerley also incorporated Iriana stemware, a collection she said was one of her favorites to use.
Roses and a single orchid on each place setting provided floral accents.
Attendees admire Christofle's displays.
Sandra Nunnerley with an attendee.
Photos by Gaia Squarci.
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